East-West Express Ride to the Closing Pedal Party at One Colorado

All Aboard the East-West Express Bike Train. Hop
on board at a bike station near you. Join us for a progressive, relaxed
and scenic bicycle journey across Pasadena. Disembark at our fun-filled
final destination–the Pedal Party at a surprise indoor venue at One Colorado. It’s the last day of our Bike Week Journey and it’s time to celebrate! Mingle with friends over a cold New Belgium Brewing Co. ale or an Izze Soda. Fill your bellies with scrumptious treats, courtesy of One World Vegetarian Cuisine,
check out the latest goods from local bike artisans and get a chance to
win fabulous raffle prizes. What a way to end an incredible week. Exhibitors include C.I.C.L.E., Evomo, Red Riding Hood Productions, Sheila Moon, Swrve, Totally Tubular Designs, Townsend Cycles, Voler.

The East-West Express Ride
meets at Memorial Park at 3:30p.m. and features multiple pick-up points
along the route. Full bike train schedule and route map coming soon!

The Closing Pedal Party takes place at a surprise indoor venue in the One Colorado
courtyard between 5:00PM-10:00PM. The One Colorado is bounded by Fair
Oaks, Colorado Blvd., DeLacey and Union St. in Old Pasadena.

Big thanks to our Pedal Party sponsors and supporters!

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